Cat Stimulation

Around the third week, the whelps begin to play with each other. They play to fight, and although these fights might seem ferocious, they are pure fun and are always supervised by the mother, who is in charge of dissuading them from doing any damage to them.

As the days pass on, the playing starts getting more precise and they begin to expand their repertory of movements.

Soon the owner and his family may begin to participate by throwing to them balls of wrinkle paper tied by a cord, or table tennis balls so they can chase. Frequently, the mother will participate in the sessions to encourage the whelps to do the same.

You must favor the contact between whelps and humans; this by caresses and hugs, because it is the key to success for domestication. The same applies to the embellishment, although it is not necessary on whelps, save a rigorous session each week to be sure that they are healthy.

If you do it tenderly from this early age, lets say that when they are four weeks old, in time they will accept in a great measure to be embellished frequently.

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